Google has launched a new URL shortener to cut down the length of its website addresses and make them easier to remember.
The first Google-integrated e-reader – the iRiver Story HD – is to go on sale in America on July 17th.
A new classroom instruction solution has been shown at ISTE, one of the world’s largest ICT in education shows.
Education technology company PenandFree has launched a new whiteboard product to the education market – but without the whiteboard.
PC vendor Acer has won a tender to supply Thailand’s primary schools with technology.
New domain names will start to appear on the internet from late 2012, thanks to a decision by the domains regulator.
BT has launched a wireless broadband trial using the “white space” contained in UHF television signals.
Google has launched a new search feature to instantly load entire search result web pages.
Microsoft's latest browser is pulling in only 4.19% of global users, according to the latest stats from Net Applications.
School pupils at more than 20,000 schools in Peru will soon be taught educational concepts using the benefits of Lego.
Nicolas Sarkozy, the French president, has cautioned that the internet must not replace traditional democracy.
Kindle book sales are outstripping those of hardcover and paperback books, according to online retailer, Amazon.
Autodesk, developer of 3D design, entertainment and engineering software has announced a new set of products for 2012.
The Federal Communications Commission has invited technology and telecoms representatives to debate smartphone location tracking.
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